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As title says: what appears to be a very interesting course is about to start on edx: https://www.edx.org/course/electronic-materials-devices-mitx-3-15-1x#! I will not be able to take this one as I am taking one other series of courses from MITx on Supply chain (related to work) and they take A LOT of time. This other MITx course I'm taking is amazing, which is why I am posting this one here. Looks like their courses are a bit better than the edx average. Good luck for anyone trying it!
A bit off-topic for the forum but maybe others here, like me, have a general interest in engineering topics. I'm taking this course on edx: The Art of Structural Engineering: Bridges https://courses.edx.org/courses/course-v1:PrincetonX+CEE262.1x+1T2016/info Just finished first week (it began last Friday), very cool so far!
This course by Jonathan Valvano and Ramesh Yerraballi at the University of Texas starts on January 20th. The lab uses the Texas Instruments TM4C123 ARM Cortex M4 LaunchPad. I haven't taken it but have heard good things about it. Additional information can be found here. EDIT: It's free if you don't want or need the certificate
For those into drones, a course just started on edx: autonomous navigation for flying robots. No, you will not learn how to build a drone. More info here: https://www.edx.org/course/autonomous-navigation-flying-robots-tumx-autonavx-0 I just completed the lectures for the first week as well as the homework. Very cool so far. I also like the fact that the course will not be just very high level stuff - they will go through the algebra and technical aspects of it a little deeper it seems (going by the syllabus).